Netflix Releases ‘Lewis Capaldi: How I’m Feeling Now’ Trailer


Netflix Releases ‘Lewis Capaldi: How I’m Feeling Now’ Trailer
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Netflix Releases ‘Lewis Capaldi: How I’m Feeling Now’ Trailer

The trailer for the upcoming documentary Lewis Capaldi: How I'm Feeling Today is now available on Netflix. The documentary teaser shows a number of career high points for the Scottish singer-songwriter, including TikTok videos, stadium appearances, and Capaldi celebrating reaching the top spot in America. The highlight reel finishes with Capaldi suffering a panic attack while a voice asks, "Is it all worth it? " Despite the fact that it everything seems like something to be happy about, especially when supporters shout "Someone You Loved" back to Capaldi, the question is quickly followed by the question. causing you to feel this way?" Lewis Capaldi: How I'm Feeling Today, which will premiere on Netflix, promises to give viewers an inside look at the musician's extraordinarily low times in his music career.

Lewis Capaldi Gets Vulnerable in ‘How I’m Feeling Now’ Trailer

In addition to his musical ability, Capaldi is renowned for being a great comedian. Capaldi has spoken up extensively about his mental health problems, though. The 26-year-old musician has hypochondria, an anxiety condition that makes people believe they have or will soon have a grave illness. According to Capaldi, who is a nurse, his mother is the only person who can truly assist him get through these attacks; at times, he's even had to sleep next to her. Even at one point, because of his problem, he had to postpone a show. Also affected by Tourette's Syndrome is Capaldi.

Capaldi asserts that becoming famous has only exacerbated the problem, adding, "I never experienced a panic attack until after I was renowned, or after I was a musician, or after I got to a height." As Demi Lovato intends to explore in her documentary on Hulu, fame can certainly have a cost.

The Netflix original series Lewis Capaldi: How I'm Feeling Today will undoubtedly examine this. In the clip, Capaldi states, "I feel more insecure than I ever have in my life. And I believe that has gotten worse as my success has increased. He opens up on having to deal with the strain of releasing a second album quickly after having to wait his entire life to make his first one.

Capaldi's devotion to recovery and getting better for his fans is hinted at in the trailer, even if the documentary will take a deep, dark look into his mental health journey. Lewis Capaldi: How I'm Feeling Now's trailer indicates an emotional viewing experience, but one that isn't entirely devoid of the music and the quirky personality that have earned Lewis Capaldi such a devoted following.

On April 5th, Netflix will release Lewis Capaldi: How I'm Feeling Now.

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